• Frances Ha

    Frances Ha


    I think many scenes are awkward or uncomfortable to witness so as to evoke sympathy for Frances. We're all waiting for Frances to show any sign of discomfort admidst trial or tribulation but she never does she always just shrugs, or smiles. That makes me feel worse for her??? She's truthfully lonely and that's why the film is in black and white I think, because there's a gloomy and sullen tone despite her bright, easygoing demeanor. That makes everything sadder because she's so lovable. I would die for greta to touch my face with her lesbian hands :/ I love this film.

  • Call Me by Your Name

    Call Me by Your Name


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    This is so dramatic lol they didn't even really talk to each other as if they were genuinely interested in more than just a physical relationship???? I could admire the theme though. Vulnerability takes you to a place of such scrutiny (obviously) and discomfort (especially after all is said and done because you're just sat alone with your actions.) Your risky, vulnerable behavior. It's earth-shattering. Made me wanna die. That's my take📖

  • I, Tonya

    I, Tonya


    This is so... arresting. Margot Robbie's face fukcing shatters me. In this film she has like seven thousand different facial expressions and her accent doesn't slip once. If she's not given best actress idk idk fuck off seriously just fuck off because her performance was unmatched. I think it took the most preparation. That fukin scene where she's in court... god. This movie had such impeccable timing. Great music. I love the concept of objective truth vs universal truth. Like…

  • Ferdinand



    The bull is gay.

  • All of Me

    All of Me


    Such a cool concept:(((( Man is there a remake yet... make it a gay couple. Please. This movie is brilliant there was at least twenty jokes that millennials would laugh at which, I think, is profound because the film was made in 1984. Too many men in this movie.

  • I Do... Until I Don't

    I Do... Until I Don't


    I love the script absolutely loved it. It's fairly comparable to Greta Gerwig's writing in Lady Bird; it's just... predictable in the way that it isn't. I wrote down almost everything I heard just so I could remember it. Alice is my favorite and her cautious, unsure personality was relatable and hilarious. I desperately wanted to agree with the woman who was anti-marriage but that was probably due to my disapproval of most institutions (most are archaic and yet somehow still…

  • Train to Busan

    Train to Busan


    I think the last scene was possibly one of the saddest I've seen in my life. This is actually scary, I don't know, to me... I watched this on a plane and cried. Favorite line: "I didn't sing because I couldn't see you..." Something like that, the daughter says it to the dad. You know a zombie apocalypse seems like a great bonding opportunity. The dad finally realizes what the importance of being alive is only to die shortly thereafter. Sad. byenow

  • The Shape of Water

    The Shape of Water


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I admire Eliza so incredibly much...She's able to live honestly, faithful to her innermost feeling despite her muteness. I can speak and I am false, I project myself differently with each person. I'm afraid of everything lol. Anyway there was this moment in the film where I was like fuck, they love each other so much and are able to communicate this so effectively even though they are both incapable of speech. It's profoundly moving. It was a movie for…

  • Battle of the Sexes

    Battle of the Sexes


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    THE SCENE WHERE BILLIE AND HER HAIRDRESSER GF ARE IN A BAR OR CLUB AND 'CRIMSON AND CLOVER' IS BLARING AND BILLIES WATCHING HER DANCE WITH A RANDOM WHITE GUY IS SO... fuck it gets to me. Favorite scene... I am a gay consumer. I just wish the film wouldn't have ended subsequent to BJK winning the match. There was ample opportunity to display how winning positively affected women's attitudes, self esteem, and encouraged and drove them, gave them hope? I would have felt much…